Here's my dilemia. It's not a conduct problem but I foresee it being one if I don't help my difficult child get something concrete started for his science project. The teacher volunteered my 8 year old to be in the science fair. He's great in science. (And it counts for a grade) The problem is the sheet that she gave us with ideas on it was called "GAY" (Sorry....gotta love the public school bus riders) by my child and that it was all boring. Ideas suggested by the school: What color attracts the most/least heat by the sun? (He already knows the answer) Which peanut butter is the stickiest? (He said it was stupid) Which dishwashing liquid creates the most suds? (Stupid) It doesn't get any better as the list went on! Everything on it is just too simple for him I was wondering if anyone had any ideas. I suggested one that kinda peeked his curiosity a little "Why does pop corn pop? He knew why, but thought it would be kinda cool. He suggested something that was interesting but I don't know if it'll work. Testing the effects of sensory (noises) on neurotypicals and Aspies. Reaction times, noise levels....etc. I told him I'd check into it if we couldn't figure anything else out.